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A worthy speech, spoken in the Honourable House of Commons by Sir Benjamin Rudyard, for accommodation betwixt His Majesty and His Parliament, July the ninth, 1642 (1642) by Benjamin Rudyerd
An honourable speech made in the Parlament of Scotland by the Earle of Argile (being now competitor with Earle Morton for the chancellorship) the thirtieth of September 1641 (1641) by Archibald Campbell
Concerning bishops, deanes, and chapters (1641) by Benjamin Rudyerd
Concerning the placing of good and able divines in parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance. (1641) by Benjamin Rudyerd
Concerning the treatie with the Scottish commissioners about the Irish affairs (1641) by Benjamin Rudyerd
Earl of Manchesters speech to His Majesty, in the name of the peers, at his arrival at White-Hall (1660) by Edward Montagu
Five speeches in the high and honourable Court of Parliament (1641) by Benjamin Rudyerd
For propositions of peace to be sent to His Majestie (1642) by Benjamin Rudyerd
In answer to the Lord Arch-bishop of Canterburies last speech, and concerning the liturgie of the Church of England (1641) by William Fiennes
In answer to the Spanish and French embassadors request for our souldiers at their disbanding (1641) by Benjamin Rudyerd
In answer to the Spanish and French embassadors request for our souldiers at their disbanding (1641) by Benjamin Rudyerd
In behalfe of the clergie, and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance (1628) by Benjamin Rudyerd
In the high court of Parliament the 17. of February (1643) by Benjamin Rudyerd
Master Fynes his speech in Parliament (1642) by Nathaniel Fiennes
Master Glynn his speech in Parliament, on Wednesday, the fifth of Ianuary (1642) by John Glynne
Master Meynard his speech at the committee at Guild Hall in London on Thursday, Ianuary 6 (1642) by John Maynard
Master St. John his speech in Parliament, on Munday January the 17th an. Dom. 1641 (1642) by Oliver St. John
Master Strovvd his speech in Parliament, on Tuesday the third of January, in reply to the articles of high treason against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Master Pym, Sir Arthur Haselrigg, Master Hambden, and Master Hollis, exhibited by his Majestie, wherein he cleareth himselfe concerning the same (1642) by William Strode
Mr. Glyn, his speech in Parliament, vpon the reading of the accusation of the House of Commons against Mr. Herbert the Kings attorney, for advising and drawing the accusation of high treason against the six worthy members of the House of Commons. (1642) by John Glynne
Mr. Maynards speech before both Houses in Parliament, upon Wednesday the xxiiijth. of March (1641) by John Maynard